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Unread 05-06-2019, 09:40 PM   #11
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Not only that, but Sergio brought up a good point a few years ago about the fact that the controller performs slightly different when set on setting 2 vs setting 3 in other aspects besides max speed. Although the max allowed RPM of both of these settings would be well over what you're actually going to achieve, it'll perform better on 3.
Probably the throttle curve or something similar as I cannot think of what else would make a major difference, but I will play around with it next time I have the programmer out and see what all it is....
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Unread 05-06-2019, 10:02 PM   #12
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The Controller reduces the output voltage in the lower speed settings in order to limit speed but still provide torque.

Here is one example of that mentioned in the Service Manuals:

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Perfect... Thanks.
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Sorry, I have no idea how fast it is going now. I received the cart from my Son as a present. It was used in his business as a courtesy vehicle on any events he was running. That is how I know it was turned down as a precautionary measure being strangers was using it to get around the events. He just told me that it can go a lot faster then how it is presently set up. I also did not see any stickers denoting a code. Also, for some reason I am not getting any email notifications when a reply is transmitted. I did check and I am on instant email notification and my email in my profile is correct.
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If you have a smartphone you can download a free AP called Speedometer and head out for a ride to check it out.
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The Controller reduces the output voltage in the lower speed settings in order to limit speed but still provide torque.

Here is one example of that mentioned in the Service Manuals:

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Perfect... Thanks.
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Sorceress,
If you have a smartphone you can download a free AP called Speedometer and head out for a ride to check it out.
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I will do that and let everyone know.
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If you have a smartphone you can download a free AP called Speedometer and head out for a ride to check it out.
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I did just that and was surprised to see around 15 MPH. It just did not feel that fast until I used the app.
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